Hi Scott, Scott Jaderholm wrote: >Unfortunately I haven't been able to get the sitemap/index feed >feature in this or an older version to work for me. Can you add more >details in Section 4.2?
>It mentions org-atom-publish-org-as-atom-index but it's not in >http://github.com/dmj/dmj-org-mode/raw/org-atom/lisp/org-atom.el. Yes, sorry. I am behind with revising the documentation and as it turned out, the sitemap function was completely broken. I've pushed a fix for the sitemap function yesterday and my current (not yet published) section about the sitemap function reads like this: ,---- | Org's Atom exporter provides a sitemap function to publish a single | combined feed for all files in the publishing project. To use this | function you have to provide the mandatory feed meta data by setting | the property =:publishing-url= to the base URL of the published | project. The sitemap functions assumes, that all files in the | project's =:base-dir= are published relative to this URL and will | create the feed's links pointing to the appropriate locations. | | If you prefer an ID for the feed that is distinct from the feed's URL, | you can provide the ID with the =:feed-id= property. | | The name of the feed can be set by the =:sitemap-file= property and | defaults to =sitemap.atom=. | | For example, this minimal project definition will publish a combined | feed for all entries found in the project's files | | #+begin_src emacs-lisp | ("sitemap-feed" | :base-directory "~/project/webpage/" | :base-extension "org" | :publishing-directory "~/www/" | :auto-index t | :publishing-url "http://example.org/" | :sitemap-function org-atom-publish-feed-sitemap) | #+end_src `---- So, the minimal definition requires :publishing-url, :sitemap-function, and :auto-index to turn on the sitemap. Does this makes the sitemap publishing process somewhat clearer? Best, -- David  http://github.com/dmj/dmj-org-mode/raw/org-atom/lisp/org-atom.el -- OpenPGP... 0x99ADB83B5A4478E6 Jabber.... dmj...@jabber.org Email..... dm...@ictsoc.de
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